CT253 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cardinal Virtues, Thrasymachus, Jerusalem In Christianity

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The people in the story written by plato: socrates. The main character that provides all the answers: polemarchus. Provides the second definition of justice: glaucon. Provides third definition of justice: adeimantus. Co(cid:374)(cid:272)er(cid:374)ed (cid:449)ith edu(cid:272)atio(cid:374) a(cid:374)d the happi(cid:374)ess of so(cid:272)rate"s au(cid:454)ilaries: cephalus. The owner of the home they are in. The 3 definitions of justice: first by cephalus. Pay your debts and tell the truth. So(cid:272)rates states that (cid:373)ost people do(cid:374)"t k(cid:374)o(cid:449) (cid:449)ho their real frie(cid:374)ds a(cid:374)d enemies are and thus you may often harm your friends mistakenly or help your enemies: third by thrasymachus. There is no benefit to being just: the unjust man will always have more than the just. Cri(cid:373)e o(cid:374) the pett(cid:455) s(cid:272)ale is(cid:374)"t do(cid:374)e (cid:271)e(cid:272)ause so(cid:272)iet(cid:455) does(cid:374)"t thi(cid:374)k it pa(cid:455)s. Crime on the grand scale (capitalists, etc) is admired. Socrates says that this belief promotes injustice as a virtue. This contradicts justice as a virtue: because the powerful will compete to see who is more powerful.